Thursday, March 31, 2011


Well world, today this blog broke over 11,000 page views. That is quite an accomplishment I'd say! I have you all to thank for this! While I am very excited about this, I am an American and we always want more. I also like the fact I have talked with a few of my friends and people I met through the internet and turned them on to barefooting. After all, that is the purpose of this site, to raise awareness of the realities of bare footing and bringing down all of the old myths surrounding this alternative lifestyle. So here is where I call on you, my valued viewers and readers, if you like what you see here, tell a friend, share it on Facebook, tweet it, or forward a link in an email. If you have a friend you think would like to see this, don't hesitate to share it.

Also, a new feature of this blog, anyone who has a barefooting story that would attract more people to the movement then send me an email at and you may see it featured in my next blogpost, with your name credited of course. Also if you wish I can code it so it links to your blog or website. Well that's it for now, thanks again world for all the traffic!

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  1. CONGRATS!!!!
    I am glad people are finding your blog. I hope it opens the eyes of some people.
    You should def. Continue with YouTube too though. YouTube can be a huge draw.

  2. Congrats on that many page views. I didn't realize barefooting was an alternative lifestyle. Interesting.

  3. what about stores saying shoes are required?

  4. @kelly, thanks and I have always loved military sorts of things, more so ww2 than current but i still find it interesting. I live in an area surrounded by old coastal defense forts very fun.

    @dead, most stores and I really mean most (like 95% have no sign on the door saying anything about a shoe requirement) I hardly ever see a sign. If there is no sign, there is no policy. If it is written down somewhere in their policies they have to post it if they expect people to follow it. Notice below my picture is a link to an index from all state health departments. A common myth is that it is a health code so we cannot be barefoot indoors, this is a myth and I encourage anyone who wants to go to that site and print out something on your state.

    Good luck and thanks for the visit and comments!

  5. Thanks for the informative blog.. I'll support the blog..

  6. But maximum of the people say that bare footing not exactly an alternative..